This week we're living up to our Boozy British stereotype, as Pete's return from Canada brings news of some troubling Toronto drinking laws and a serious put-down to an over-excitable hockey fan. We discuss the death of a glamour puss and the reveal of Sofia Coppola's new project, plus one of us finally gets around to Ralph Fiennes' "The Invisible Woman," and we have reviews of acting showcase "Jimmy P" and kidnap story "7th Floor." Find out whether Paul Dano can atone for his many acting sins by putting together a credible list of favourite films, how Brian DePalma's steamy "Passion" compares to the original French thriller "Love Crime, and whether Kathryn Hahn can make the most of a rare leading role in offbeat comedy "Afternoon Delight." Discover which liberal category placement instigated a spontaneous sing-off, why Cal's failure to have seen an Ozu film isn't particularly useful this week, and why Abba and Rihanna trump Robin Thicke.
The Week's News:
The death of Kate O'Mara
Sofia Coppola to direct a live-action version of "The Little Mermaid"
Paul Dano announces his top ten of all time
[5:00 - 22:05]
The Invisible Woman
Days of Darkness
[33:00 - 1:15:50]
Closing Segment: Our take on Brian DePalma's "Passion," and likening it to original French film "Love Crime"
[1:15:55 - 1:26:10]
Shag, Marry or Kill?
The Watson Factor
The Poupaud Range
Outro Music: Rage Against The Machine, "Killing in the Name"